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Nice bridge. But it doesn't look to strong . Am I mistaken or is there a little deflection in the middle. Thanks for showing
It's a little hard to tell if the outer edges are functional/structural or decorative. Gives an interesting effect either way.
It's a superb bridge and lovely photo!
The design on the side is kind of mesmerizing!
makes me think of army trucks crossing this bridge. There are many such bridges in my home town in Borneo.
That is a nice looking bailey bridge.
This looks like it could be a one wayer like mine. Love the unique design work. Such a pretty one and the scenery is lovely. Looks like are a few ripples on the water. Genie
I agree with the first comment...doesn't look that strong! But knowing you Canadians, it is!
Linnea, these bridges are strong. They were used in WWII to move heavy equipment such as tanks, artillery, and troops across rivers.
hee hee...Ann in New Zealand wrote what «Louis» was thinking - then you confirmed it! He had forgotten that those were called Bailey Bridges. Shame on him! (He's a WWII history buff...)In any case, a welcome contribution to Sunday Bridges.